Joint statement from Council Leader Cllr George Duggins, Deputy Leader Cllr Abdul Khan, and the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Cllr Lindsley Harvard following Westminster attack yesterday.
After much speculation, Godiva Festival has revealed its Saturday Main Stage headliner as Example & DJ Wire.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet Member for Jobs has added his support to today’s announcement of the opening of a new £300 million electric taxi factory creating 1,000 jobs in the Midlands.
The Council and its partners have won a prestigious award for their work in tackling child sexual exploitation.
Twenty-three women took part in the Women Building Resilience Course last Thursday and Friday at Stanton Bridge Primary school.
A leading Coventry Councillor has spoken out in support of the city's taxi trade as competition for trade heats up.
Coventry City Council is supporting the charity WaterAid to mark World Water Day by turning the lights on the under pass at Gosford Street blue..
Coventry City Council is offering a fantastic opportunity to get a foot on the ladder to becoming a social worker.
The brand new Holbrooks Library is having its official opening next week.
Coventry Social Workers are celebrating World Social Work Day by reaffirming what social work means to them.
Coventry families are set to benefit from a ‘Lifelong Links’ programme following the DfE’s announcement of £36m for projects across the UK that help improve the lives of vulnerable children.
Thousands of Coventry residents are set to benefit from £7.6m of European Social Funding to support them into work, education or training.
UKATA accredited Asbestos Awareness Training on the 24 April at the Council House
New asbestos guidance published by the Education Funding Agency aimed at schools, and trusts in understanding their obligations and duties in relation to asbestos management in schools.
Coventry is a dynamic place of invention, cultural diversity and youthful ambition and is proud to be a leading city of culture in modern Britain.
Coventry has been chosen as one of the first 10 Heritage Action Zones, Historic England announced today.
Coventry City Council is looking for up to three people to act as Independent Persons in connection with the work of its Ethics Committee.
Coventry once again played host to the annual Half Marathon and Dol-y-Moch Mile today as over 4,000 people took to the city’s streets to take part in the event.
The Coventry City Council contract for the Policy Central safeguarding system will end on 31 March 2017. The new contract will be for a product called Ed Protect by Impero.
We are nearing the completion of the installation of the Impero Ed Protect system.
Tile Hill Library has re-launched as the first autism-friendly library in the city.
People in Coventry are being urged to unite against child sexual exploitation (CSE) and make a personal pledge to help tackle the abuse.
Coventry City Council has approved plans for a new loan Fund, which will be used to support businesses in Coventry.
Godiva Festival organisers are once again bringing Godiva Calling back, the popular battle of the bands competition which gives local talent the chance to play at the Godiva Festival in July.
Coventry City Council is set to report back to local people about how it plans to respond to the inspector’s comments on the city's Local Plan.
The new Be Clear On Cancer roadshow will be visiting shopping centres across the West Midlands to raise awareness around persistent tummy troubles.
The Farmers’ Market returns to Broadgate this Friday and is always popular with shoppers and visitors to the city centre that are hoping to experience the very best fresh local produce available.
The Monthly Payroll Schedule for 2017/18, which includes the ResourceLink self-service deadlines for irregular claims, is now available.
Young people from Albany Theatre have raised more than £2,000 to help fund local athletes to travel and participate in this year’s International Children’s Games.